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FAU @ MSU Live!

Florida Atlantic is at the Humphrey Coliseum in Starkville, Miss. for tonight's game against Mississippi State. We're monitoring the action and you can get our updates here or by joining more than 2,300 Owl fans who follow us on Twitter @FAUOwlAccess.

Originally published on 11/13/2012

by Marcus Nelson

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  FAU (0-1, 0-0 Sun Belt Conference)
at Mississippi State (0-1, 0-0 SEC)

Scouting Reports

  • About the Owls: The Owls are 1-1 all-time vs. Mississippi State, including one of the biggest victories in school history when FAU defeated MSU 61-59 on Nov. 30, 2010. ...FAU has lost its last six games dating back to last season. ...G Stefan Moody, G Cavon Baker, G Jackson Trapp and F DeVonte Thornton all made their debuts against the Tar Heels.
  • About the Bulldogs:  Mississippi State lost to Troy, also a member of the Sun Belt, 56-53 Friday in Rick Ray's first game as coach of the Bulldogs. ...The Bulldogs were outrebounded by Troy 34-33. ...Starting F Roquez Johnson did not play vs. the Trojans due to a concussion. Without Johnson, MSU was down to seven scholarship players.
  • Projected Starting Lineups
    Florida Atlantic
    Coach:
    Mike Jarvis
    G Stefan Moody 5-10 Fr. (8.0 ppg)
    G Pablo Bertone 6-2 Jr. (9.0 ppg)
    G Greg Gantt 6-2 Sr. (18.0 ppg)
    F Jordan McCoy 6-6 Sr.  (2.0 ppg)
    C Dragan Sekelja 7-0 Jr. (9.0 ppg)

    Mississippi State
    Coach: Rick Ray
    G Trivante Bloodman 6-0 So. (11.0 ppg)
    G Fred Thomas 6.5 Fr. (4.0 ppg)
    G Jalen Steele 6-3 Jr. (16.0 ppg)
    F Colin Borchert 6-8 Jr. (7.0 ppg)
    C Wendell Lewis 6-9 Sr. (3.0 ppg)

 

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Free falling...45-38. WKU won the first half 31-14. FAU won the second half 31-7. Almost like watching two seperate games.

FAU defeats WKU 45-28. Impressive come from behind victory for FAU.

I've talked and written a lot about Buddy Howell this week, but I do expect Tony Moore to have a good day tomorrow. WKU can be run upon and Moore...

Western Kentucky (2-3, 0-2 C-USA) at FAU (2-4, 1-1 C-USA) When : Saturday, noon. Where: Schnellenberger Field, Boca Raton ...

Slipping? I'm free falling. Nice catch Mac. Thanks.

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